About a 100 motorcyclists thundered into India’s largest lake city, Lavasa to celebrate World Motorcycling day, which falls on the 21st of June. The starting point of the ride as a part of the ‘Moto Day’ event was Chandni Chowk in Pune, from where the bikers covered a distance of around 50 kms to reach the picturesque city of Lavasa.
Amongst the riders were riding groups like the ‘Brotherhood of Bikers Club’, Firelords, Rubber Smokin Angels, Roadshakers and the Bikernis. They halted at the Lavasa International Convention Centre, where a few riders were felicitated for their contribution to motorcycling in their own unique manner. In addition a few custom-bikes caled ‘Flying-Machine’ and ‘Rising-Angel’ were displayed on the promenade.
The machines to grace this event included Royal Enfields, Duke 390’s, a couple CB1000R’s, a Hayabusa, a couple BMW’s and everything else in between. given the weather and the conglomeration of like minded people on different machines, which serve the same purpose. Events like these are the best way to spend a Saturday morning.